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Brad Mitchell Austgen

April 12, 1974 — March 24, 2022

Brad Mitchell Austgen, age 47, peacefully passed away in his home in San Antonio, TX. on March 24, 2022. Born April 12, 1974, in Crystal Lake, IL to parents Sandra(Sheridan) and James Austgen. Brad is survived by his parents, his wife Kathy Martinez
and stepdaughter Len of San Antonio. Brad is also survived by his brother Grant Austgen, sister-in-law Ashlei and two nephews Eric and Luke of Flower Mound, TX.Brad was preceded in death by grandparents Ruth and Lester Sheridan.

The family from IL to TX when Brad was 8. As a child Brad was a competitive swimmer on the Whispering Oaks neighborhood swim team and later, he was an avid volleyball player. Brad graduated from Clark High School and from there joined the workforce. He spent many years in financial services. Wanting out of the office, Brad made a change toTerminex Pest Control where he spent seven years primarily on the same route where heknew his customers and there was never a shortage of house and farm animals to bring him a smile.

Brad loved his family. A favorite of his was shopping with Len at Big Lots and Game Stop. He never came home without something for each of us. Brad was always happy to play a game or work a puzzle. Going to the Renaissance Festival was an annual family tradition where we made many meaningful memories. Brad was a lover of food, always wanting to try a new restaurant and watching cooking and baking competition shows.There was no Marvel superhero movie he could tire of watching. Brad was passionate about all animals and their care and safety. Daily he would come home with animal stories and pictures from his Terminex route. Brad’s dogs held his heart and he missed them on a trip to the grocery store, always returning with a new toy or treat for them. Brad loved YouTube animal compilation videos and would light up with infectious
laughter while watching them.

Brad had exceptional integrity. To have known Brad is to have laughed with him, and to have laughed with him is to have seen the joy in his eyes. Brad was a beautiful gentle soul, always easy and comfortable to talk with. He is deeply loved, and deeply missed.

Services will be April 9th at 2:00 pm at Bulverde United Methodist Church, 28300 US-281, San Antonio, TX 78260

In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to the Humane Society. The link is below and we are requesting that you include the family information so that we can personally thank you for your gift.

Kathy Martinez, 2223 Blueberry Hill San Antonio, TX 78232

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Service Schedule

Past Services

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Saturday, April 9, 2022

2:00 - 3:00 pm (Central time)

Bulverde United Methodist Church

28300 Hwy. 281 North , San Antonio, TX 78260

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